For more than a month now, the halls of the National Theatre have reverberated with rehearsals as members of the National Symphony Orchestra of the National Theatre prepare to give patrons a thrilling musical experience.
The National Symphony Orchestra, a Ghanaian classical group, will present a three-part major programme of concerts fusing traditional and classical music on the 31st of March at 5pm at the main auditorium of the National Theatre of Ghana.
According to the National Theatre, other shows would be staged in June and September this year.
As part of the plans, there would be ‘mini’ musical concerts around the country to emphasise the National Symphony’s core mandate of promoting Ghanaian and African Arts music.
The anniversary is aimed at creating awareness of music as an artistic form of expression that has the capacity of bringing people together. It will also highlight the relevance and roles music play in the society and the nation as a whole.
The group has promised to present an exhilarating musical concert of melodious and exciting rhythms that will leave a lasting memory in the minds of all Ghanaians and especially musical enthusiasts.
This performance is in collaboration with the Harmonious Chorale, the leading choral group in the country.